The message ‘You are the one seen in the video’ came in the messenger? Don’t open it
Many of us are now in the thumbnail of a blurry video from our friends on Messenger. Is this you? We can see that the message is coming. After receiving such a message, some read it carefully.
There is a URL link in the video in that message. When you click on it, a box-like Facebook login page pops up.
But this is not a Facebook login page. Unaffiliated with Facebook This is the name of a server created by a Hungarian web hosting platform. Such sites use HTTP instead of HTTPS.
Facebook has been using HTTPS in everything from the beginning. The company stopped using HTTP in 2012. So if any page claims to represent Facebook but only has HTTP in its address bar, know that it is all fake.
If you put your username and password on a fake login page, all that sensitive information will go to a server hosted somewhere in the US for a low fee.
To avoid this type of spam, you must first use two-factor authentication and a password manager on your account. Similarly, the use of built-in viruses can prevent this problem.
If your friend’s account has been hacked, contact them in some other way. If your friend informs you that your account has been hacked, use your account recovery method without delay.